Printing problems may be familiar to Windows OS users, because a few months ago it was reported that the same problem occurred in Windows 10.
Now regarding this, there is a new problem reported by users and finally confirmed by Microsoft through its Windows 11 Health Dashboard page, namely systems running Windows 11 22H2 may have problems with printers that use Microsoft IPP Class Driver or Universal Print Class Driver.
In other words, users who use the default Printer driver from the Windows 11 system, may experience print failures and encounter problems with their printers, including failing to connect to the printer.
“the problem can cripple printers’ ability to use color, two-sided or duplex printing, paper size and type settings, resolutions, and so forth.” quoted from Neowin.
Now this problem interestingly only occurs for users who have updated their Windows 11 to Windows 11 2022 Update (22H2), so Windows 11 21H2 and Windows 10 users don’t have to worry about getting this problem.
In addition, this problem also does not apply to users who install the printer driver specifically according to the version and type of printer.